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A taste of old southern hospitality is in store when visiting the states down South. From Kentucky to Louisiana you can find multiple antique destinations. No trip to the south is complete a stop in without a stop in New Orleans. The Big Easy’s more than 200 antique stores make it a treasure hunters’ paradise, plus its rich cultural history makes it a must visit city. Two step down to Nashville for some foot stomping country music and antique shows, shops and flea markets. Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama get together every August for The World’s Longest Yard Sale, a treasure trove spanning 450 miles through the Deep South.


Gulf Coast

The Gulf Coast is an area rich in the remnants of the past. Port cities such as Mobile developed very early in our country's history, with a diverse and eclectic population bringing with them treasures from their European pasts. Mobile began as the first capital of colonial French Louisiana in 1702, and has progressed into a vital city with top notch arts, entertainment, and shopping. Peaceful, sugar-sanded beaches, world class golfing on the Robert Trent Jones golf trail, historic military  More »

The Worlds Longest Yardsale

The World’s Longest Yard Sale takes place every year in the U.S., during the first weekend in August, and spans across four states: Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama. An incredible 450 miles long, you can access the Yard Sale via Route 127 as it meanders through the Blue Grass State, passing through Lexington and Louisville and through Harrodsburg, and then through Tennessee, Nashville and Knoxville. It next winds its way through Pall Mall, Jamestown, Allardt, Clarkrange,  More »


For fans of country antiques and boot-kicking country tunes – few areas in the nation can compare to Nashville, Tennessee. And even fewer shows can rival the Heart of Country Antiques Show. Created over 25 years ago, the show is held at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel, and offers a complete immersion experience, consisting of live country music performances, country barbecue and country antiques. The show takes place on the fourth weekend in February, and attracts more than 200 dealers from  More »

Cajun Country, LA

If your ideal getaway consists of great antique shopping, zesty crawfish, zydeco music, beautiful scenery, and a vibrant culture, head yonder to Louisiana’s Cajun Country. Keeping with the area’s heritage, several dealers specialize in French furniture and decorative accessories, while the rest offer fine country items and a fair share of fine formal pieces. Acadiana’s “antiquing capital” is the small town of Washington, on Bayou Courtableau, established in 1720  More »

New Orleans

Few places in the country, or the world for that matter, can rival the energy, history and attractions that this marvelous city has to offer. A blend of French, Spanish, African and English, the Big Easy is an antique-lovers dream. The number and quality of shops reflect a city who has kept its active trade industry fully intact since the 18th century. Even post-Katrina, the city’s 200 antique stores bounced back – making it still the place to visit for antiques. Located in the  More »